The Patterson-Gimlin film is a film that was filmed in October of 1967 by Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin. This film was raved about as the best evidence of Bigfoot when it surfaced into the general public. Patterson and Gimlin were filming a horseback riding when the attention was turned to what seemed to be Bigfoot walking along the river next to the trees. The filming went on for a short time until the alleged Bigfoot disappeared into the trees. The alleged Bigfoot did at one point turn around to look at the man filming and continued walking after. Patterson and Gimlin gave the film to the public and said it truly was Bigfoot they had seen. Patterson and Gimlin stuck to their story even in the midst of many skeptics saying it was just a man in some kind of suit. To this day, many scientists have been trying to figure out the Patterson-Gimlin mystery Bigfoot. There have been many studies concluding in contrary evidence. The evidence is very messy and it is not be possible to tell what is true and what is not. The video below is a video of an analysis done by a man named Bill Munns ("Patterson-Gimlin Film").
Bill Munns is a sculptor of different mythical creatures on the cryptozoology spectrum. He also analyzes the videos or films of certain kinds of creatures in which he has interest in. He crafted an analysis of the Patterson-Gimlin film because of it popularity and the hype indicating it was a true sighting (Munns).